Seaweed for Enteric Methane Mitigation: A deep dive into the relevance for UK ruminant production

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Abstract

The aims of this report are to i) conduct a comprehensive review of published
literature relating to seaweed as a methane inhibitor for ruminants, and to highlight
publications using UK native seaweeds, ii) highlight current UK-based research on
seaweed as a methane inhibitor, iii) provide an inventory of UK institutions with
capability to test seaweeds for methane reduction potential (in vitro and/or in
vivo), and iv) to provide recommendations on future research required in the UK
on seaweeds as methane inhibitors.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherScotland's Rural College (SRUC)
Number of pages54
Publication statusPrint publication - 2023

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